Together with REM Consult from Hamburg, Bureau PAU wrote the successfull full proposal of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region (BSR) project ProVaHealth at the request of Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol, Estonia

One of the priorities of the Interreg BSR Programme is the enhancement of the market uptake of innovation based on improved capacity of research and innovation infrastructures and their users (specific objective 1.1).. ProVaHealth involves 14 health Living Labs from all BSR countries and works together with ScanBalt and the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLLs). Based on best practices and analysis of the involved Living Labs ProVaHealth works towards concrete improvements and in parallel develops processes for open access to its services for SMEs from the entire BSR.

The tasks to come to a full proposal included coordination of the project writing process and gathering all of the needed input from all project partners, co-organising one project meeting, writing the input into the style of the Interreg BSR Programme, and joint cooperation with the Lead partner Tehnopol  for the final submission

Timeline: November 2016 – January 2017